Back row hitting for spiking the volleyball from beyond the 3-meter line. D ball sets for spiking out of right back position. Broad jump technique, footwork, for power.
Beverly Oden. Updated June 06, 2018. A back row attack in volleyball occurs when one of the three back row players attacks the ball and contacts it at the top of the net. In a back row attack, the back row player jumps from behind the white line, also known as the ten-foot line, or the three-meter line and contacts the ball.
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Why the volleyball back row attack is so important for developing spiking strength and power. Focus Points to a Successful Attack. I believe the back row attack is a skill that should be developed by all attackers on the team. It doesn't matter if you are never going to be set a back row ball, you should practice hitting out of the back row.
D BALL BACK ROW HITTING | Volleyball Tutorial - YouTube. Learn how to spike a D Ball in volleyball, which is a back row hit from the right back position for the Opposite Hitter.
Repeat progression #1 but with a middle back hitting line added. Keep middle back players deep, because they will start to creep towards the net as the drill goes on. Progression 3: Hitting a Back Row Attack From a Toss. 5-6 minutes, or until all players are mostly successful. Spend two minutes reviewing proper footwork before starting this progression. Move left back and right back players back a few steps so they have room for their approach.
The three backrow positions cannot jump above the top of the net in front of the ten foot line and hit the ball. If they do, it is a penalty that results in a point for the other team as they ...
The back row attacker must jump to hit from beyond the attack line. Contact may be made with the ball in front of the attack line as long as the back court attacker is still in the air or part of the ball is below the top of the net. Broad jumping is very effective for back row attackers because a broad jump enables them to fly through the air contacting the ball closer to the net.
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